All the details for our award-winning market in Levenshulme on Saturday 19th June, 10am to 4pm. Find us on the Levenshulme train station car park, M19 3AB.
This Saturday we kick off our big bike fix-up summer with the first of three visits from our pals at Station South who will be on hand to fix your bikes. You can bring along your bicycles for tune ups and non-major repairs while you shop at the market – and it’s all free! All the info you need is here.
And while you’re visiting you’ll also be able to get some of your weekly shop sorted, with cheese, eggs and butter from Winter Tarn, soaps, shampoos and other bathroom products from Forever Planet, pies and pasties from HMPasties, dog treats from Hugo & Co.
Shopping picks this week come via brand new collectables and curios stall Hoolala, handcrafted ceramics from na-be ceramics, the always-popular beeswax candles and other items from You Can Lead a Horse to Water and a whole constellation wonderful items from the North West’s galaxy of mega-makers.
For this week’s sweet treats you can prepare your palate for some supreme doughnuts from Culinary Concept, cakes, bakes and treats from Marzipan Manchester, and of course ice cream from Exclusive Scoop.
We’re also excited to be joined by Grounded MCR, a brand new local coffee stall who have recently set up shop in Cringle Park.
And if you’re looking for a luxury lunchtime, we’ll have Indian street food from Chiit Chaat, Korean dishes from Korean Grub Club, pizzas and more from Cibus and a whole load more.
And REMEMBER, while hospitality may be opening up, for the time being we’re still being cautious and running things with our Shop & Go model, which means a one-in-one-out system for customers. Please follow our guidelines below, avoid eating, drinking or congregating when you visit and then exiting with your purchases so other can enter and enjoy the market. If you’re new to Levy Market Shop & Go you can find out more info here.
Please remember to follow our guidance to make sure you and everyone else stays safe. Although there’s no legal requirement for people to wear face coverings when outdoors we do advise customers do so.